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US still sees held Kashmir as disputed, Congress panel told

Posted by - October 23, 2019

WASHINGTON: US Assistant Secretary of State Alice G. Wells informed a Congressional panel on Tuesday that India’s annexation of the occupied lands has not changed America’s position on held Kashmir, as it continues to consider it a disputed territory. “We consider the Line of Control (LoC) a de facto line separating two parts of Kashmir,”

Tax ombudsman finds irregularities in jewellery trade, recommends probe against FBR officials

Posted by - October 23, 2019

ISLAMABAD: President Arif Alvi has rejected the Federal Board of Revenue’s (FBR) representation against the Federal Tax Ombudsman (FTO). The FBR had appealed the president against the recommendations of the FTO regarding illegal gold trade and initiation of inquiry against tax officials. FTO Mushtaq Ahmad Sukhera, exercising his jurisdiction, began investigations into the alleged systemic

Safdar sent to jail on judicial remand

Posted by - October 23, 2019

LAHORE: A judicial magistrate on Tuesday denied physical remand of retired Capt Muhammad Safdar, husband of PML-N vice president Maryam Nawaz Sharif, to the police and sent him to jail on judicial remand in a case of alleged hate speech. Islampura police presented Mr Safdar before the magistrate in the evening (after office hours) around

Britain’s Duke and Duchess given a royal welcome on maiden Pakistan visit

Posted by - October 17, 2019

They’ve been in the country for only two days, but Britain’s Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton’s maiden visit to Pakistan has been a whirlwind of activity. After landing in Islamabad to a red-carpet welcome, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent their first full day in Pakistan visiting a girl’s college in the capital and the

Transporters end sit-in on M-9 after registration of FIR over killing of 3 protesters

Posted by - October 17, 2019

Transporters in the early hours of Thursday ended their hours-long protest sit-in on main Superhighway (now called M-9 Motorway) near Kathore over the killing of their three colleagues during a clash with toll tax collectors and Frontier Works Organisation (FWO) guards a day earlier. On Wednesday afternoon, three persons were shot dead and two others were injured

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